Initially established as Wichita Falls Junior College in 1922, Midwestern State University has undergone several transformations over the years. The school was renamed Hardin Junior College in 1937 and then Hardin College in 1946 following the addition of a senior academic program. Four years later, the institution became Midwestern University. It wasn't until 1961 that the university joined the Texas College and Universities System and adopted the name Midwestern State University.
Midwestern State University boasts the singular distinction of being the only public liberal arts school in Texas and is a distinguished member of the Council of Public Liberal Arts Colleges.
Those living in student housing or an off campus apartment at Midwestern State University have access to the institution's exceptional academic programs and fields of study. Student's may pursue bachelor's and master's degrees through the university's sub-schools including the College of Health Sciences & Human Services, Dillard College of Business Administration, Prothero-Yeager College of Humanities & Social Sciences and Graduate School. Midwestern State University also provides continuing education and distance education for adult learners looking to expand their career knowledge and skills.
Student living and university living revolve around a variety of traditional campus student organizations and activities including Greek life and The Wichitan student newspaper. The school also features men's and women's sports competing in the NCAA's Division II.
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